Edinburgh's culinary scene continues to win plaudits after one of the city's top new restaurants was recognised as the latest addition to the Michelin Guide.
Earlier this year, Kora opened in the Bruntsfield area of the capital becoming Tom Kitchin's fourth venue in Edinburgh and the Lothians, alongside The Scran & Scallie, The Kitchin, and The Bonnie Badger in Gullane.
Opened at the site of Southside Scran, after it closed due to flooding in 2020, and named for the Greek Goddess of Spring, the suave new venture has been making waves with its extensive menu offering "reimagined brasserie classics".
And the popularity of the exciting new restaurant has been recognised by the influential guide. Speaking about their latest Edinburgh entry, the Michelin team said: "This bright and colourful neighbourhood restaurant is set in the buzzy Bruntsfield area on the south side of Edinburgh.
"The menu follows a nature-to-plate ethos, offering simply presented, reimagined brassiere classics, which are inspired by the seasons. The well-drilled, friendly team help create an enjoyable dining experience."